Isabelle Van Zeijl’s photography represented by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery. Featured image: I Am II, 2019. C-print mounted on dibond perspex face in tray frame.
Ralph & Russo‘s AW19/20 Couture Collection highlights shown at the British Embassy, Paris. All images Ralph & Russo. Featured image: A pale pink asymmetrically draped gown in silk double satin with contrasting raspberry panelling and structured pleats, hand embroidered with rosewater opal stones and ruby red crystals in a scattered ombré design
Anish Kapoor – Shadow III, 2009. Aquatint on white Somerset textured paper.
Leonor Anthony – Inedible In The Hippocampus, 2018 mixed media on wood. We are a country of immigrant stock both old and new. We have always fought to make this country better, even after we have made mistakes. Let’s all keep up the fight to do better, be better and never forget that the greatness… Continue reading Inedible In The Hippocampus
Ed Clark – Hot And Cold, 2007 oil on canvas. Phillips Auction, New York.
Damián Ortega’s exhibition at Gladstone Gallery in New York are sure specific works and sculptures. The show explores his longstanding interest in visually exploring the underlying narratives in everyday materials. Featured image: Modern Sublease, 2019 concrete, cement, sand, metal and fired clay.
Another fabulous edition of the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Danish art Ole Aakjær‘s sole exhibition at Chase Contemporary New York and also part of the Art New York Show featured multilayered watercolor and ink paintings. Aakjær’s works are painted in a signature figurative style of highly structured compositions layered with symbolism. His inspiration comes from music, literature, film and photography imbued with abundant color… Continue reading Untold Stories
Jason Hallman + Stephen Stum of Stallman Studio, canvas on edge sculptured pieces. Galerie Frederic Got, Paris. Featured image: When The Sky Opens
James Rieck – Emotional Support exhibition at Lyons Wier Gallery, NY addresses and celebrates the relationship between people and pets. Rieck uses 1960s fashion, department store advertising, over saturated hues, unusual cropping and bold patterned backgrounds in his compositions. By directing you to the animal’s eyes not the human, the artist invites you to consider… Continue reading Emotional Support